CLIP & GO
Salad box | with inserts

CLIP & GO

Salad box | with inserts
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

  • Perfect for transporting salads
  • With separate inserts for toppings and dressing
  • Keeps fresh longer – scientifically proven*
  • 100 % leak-proof
  • 100 % hygienic No gaps – no germs
  • 100 % safe: BPA-free
  • To the sizes
Reliable quality
Freezer safe
Freezer safe
Dishwasher safe
Dishwasher safe
Microwave safe
Microwave safe. Simply place the lid loosely on the top. Max. 1.5 minutes at 600 W.
BPA free
BPA free
30-year guarantee
30-year guarantee
100 % leak-proof
100 % leak-proof
Freshness seal
Freshness seal
Made in Germany
Made in Germany

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CLIP & GO SALAD BOX WITH INSERTS

The idea lunch box for taking salad on the go

We’ve all been there – you put together a tasty salad, store it in a container, and the next day it’s just not quite as tasty and crisp as the day before. The CLIP & GO salad box separates out the salad toppings so they don’t go all mushy straight away. The separate inserts keep the ingredients apart, so you can mix your salad to perfection during your lunch break. The separate dressing container can be placed in the middle of the insert and simply added before eating.

Crisp salad: the CLIP & GO salad box keeps it fresh longer
Thanks to the freshness seal, there are no gaps, so there’s no room for bacteria. This means the salad box is 100% leak-proof and keeps your food fresher for longer. So salads can be made to perfection in advance and stay just as crisp the next day.

Pure indulgence on the move
All you need now is the right recipe to put it together and you’re ready to go. Enjoy a variety of delicious salads in your lunch box on the go. The set of cutlery tops it off and means you can eat wherever you are. After use it can be replaced in the accompanying case and put back in your bag without worry.

* Benchmarking food storage containers, a study conducted by Prof. Dr. Fritz Titgemeyer, Professor of Food Microbiology at the Münster University of Applied Sciences, Department of Oecotrophology, 09. - 12/2012.